Hackers have "dropped it" into sports since, according to recent reports, Ireland has got a taste of their abilities.
The Football Association of Ireland (FAI) is faced with many questions about the hacking attack this month.
According to reports, personal data (payroll and bank account information) by John Delaney and Mick McCarthy were hijacked by hackers.
Forensic researchers have processed the case and revealed that there are indications that the payroll server was interrupted during the attacks.
Note that at this time there is no evidence to suggest that remote access has been given to the data. You keep track of the situation.
Mick McCarthy was asked about the data breach during Euro 2020 last week, and his answer is: "I do not have FAI email address, so I was not affected. "
However, the FAI assured the Irish supporters that the payment details used when buying tickets were not violated and stolen by them hackers.